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There is no current api for changing the scroll speed for libinput devices, but this blog explains how mouse wheel clicks correspond to an angle of movement that you can change per mouse in systemd's …
answered Sep 5 '16 by meuh
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inside tmux in a small pane, use b to create the scrolling subwindow, then make the pane full size. This does not change the size of the scrolling subwindow, but does make the logs visible in the new … active pane, and run a multitail that will say there is not really enough space. The second send-keys acknowledges this, and enters b for the scrolling subwindow. The final caommand kills the other pane and a full-size multitail is seen, with a small scrolling subwindow. …
answered Apr 19 '17 by meuh
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This fairly standard awk should be ok on AIX awk '{if(NR>1 && NR%24==1)system("sleep 20");print}' As mentioned in the comments, if you want to exit on interrupt, you can replace the system() by {i …
answered May 17 '16 by meuh